Bishop Henry was known as "Red Fred," for his social justice principles. He was an Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of London before coming to Toronto an an Auxiliary before a stop as Bishop of Thunder Bay prior to Calgary. He made quite the name for himself in the fight against genderism, sodomitical so-called marriage, and the radicalist agenda of homosexualism being forced upon Alberta's schools as well as strong Catholic principled stands against euthanasia and abortion. He was a good man in these things. Liturgically, his one foolish act, apart from that which is generally foolish in the the nervous disordered liturgical dictatorship, is that he suspended the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter. During the hysteria around H1N1, a number of bishops in Canada, including Toronto's, banned Holy Communion on the tongue, something which they had no authority to do. The FSSP in Calgary refused to go along with communion in the hand and asked the people to make a spiritual communion instead. The only person required at Mass to receive Holy Communion is the actual priest, in order to complete the Holy Sacrifice. The people were fine with it. Bishop Henry was not. Well, it was less than a week later that that decision was overturned from on high in Rome. What I will say about Bishop Henry is this; I wrote him to protest his decision. He actually wrote back and exchanged in a conversation about it. God bless him in his retirement and comfort him in his infirmity.
Now, what next?
Here is my theory.
The terna, the three named recommendation by Cardinal Ouellet to Pope Bergoglio will be rejected. Canada has escaped, thus far, a FrancisBishop - most of our current were just shuffled since he came on the scene, the major and suffragan Sees filled prior under Benedict XVI or quietly filled with no controversy.
I believe that ends now.
Bergoglio will reject the terna, order one of Toronto's current Auxiliaries, probably Bishop Kirkpatrick to Peterborough clearing the way for Francis to put one of his own great promoters in these parts to Auxiliary Bishop to become a thorn in the side of Thomas Cardinal Collins as a punishment for being the prominent blue inked signature as one of the great 13, who stood up to him at the Synod.
The vindictive and Peronist Bergoglio does not have the cojones to punish Cardinal Collins directly for that affront, after all, Cardinal Collins did stand up for the Faith against him, so he will make his last five years here miserable with an Auxiliary to do Bergoglio's bidding and to be on the inside of things in Toronto.
Then, in five years, or maybe even less, he will make that man Toronto's new Archbishop.
Remember where you read it.